As always, our top priority is the health and well-being of our patients and their families, and our team members and theirs. We are living in an evolving situation which we are monitoring closely. We know that this is a difficult time for many people and we are choosing to stay open to provide support for our patients who need our help.
Please know that we are following all recommended guidelines to ensure the health and well-being of our patients here at Chiro-Associates. We will keep you informed of all related decisions as soon as possible. We are living in very uncertain times! We are preparing so that Chiro-Associates may continue to remain open so long as it is reasonable, feasible, and responsible to do so. Our plan is to follow the guidance of state and public health officials
- · You may hear from us, to slightly alter your appointment times, as we try to reduce the number of people in the office at one time.
- · If you choose to arrive early you may be asked wait in your car.
- · Please be assured that we have shown no signs of illness ourselves.
Over the years, my studies in exercise science and experience as a fitness instructor and personal trainer have taught me how to evaluate different movements and find flaws or weaknesses leading to less than optimal performance. I’ve been able to take these skills from an exercise based setting and use them to diagnose and treat my patients based on the weaknesses or imbalances are present and may be contributing to their pain. In most exercises and daily activities, there are two key components that will influence a person’s ability to perform: mobility and stability.
Mobility and stability are two of the most important factors in recovering from and preventing injury. Too little or too much movement and a lack of stability in the muscles and joints can lead to stiffness, dysfunction, and degenerative changes. These factors can increase our risk of injury.
A strong and balanced core is key to creating a stable system for weight bearing and movement. In our bodies, the core muscles are what provide this foundation to support every twist, turn, bend, and reach we subject our bodies to every day. As such, building a strong core is incredibly important for injury prevention, but it is… Read More